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Gov't to investigate industrial odours in GB

Prime Minister Philip Davis said his administration is concerned about nuisance odours from the industrial park that are impacting nearby residential communities in Grand Bahama.

Rudeness by agent for Bahamasair trip

Recently, several members of my family travelled to George Town, Exuma, to attend a 95th birthday celebration for a member of our family.

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Charisma books her ticket to Olympics, Shaunae back on track

VERSATILE Charisma Taylor booked her ticket to the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, France and birthday girl Shaunae Miller-Uibo proved that she’s on her way back for another appearance at the Tom Jones Memorial at the Percy Beard Track in Gainesville, Florida.

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Four teams on the verge of victory

Four teams competing in the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) Baseball/Softball Championships have the same goal in common - one more win.

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What can country do to take advantage of kart racing?

FEW of us can name six senators serving now or remember who our Member of Parliament was ten years ago, but mention Lewis Hamilton and eyes light up. Recognition is instant. “The greatest race car driver of all time … A hero on the track and off …”

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Ex-MP slams the Gov’t for $357m GBPA ‘shakedown’

A former MP yesterday slammed the Government’s demand that the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) pay it $357m as “a shakedown”, and questioned if the former is “either broke or desperate”.

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PI entrepreneur: ‘Brown envelope backs my case’

The Bahamian entrepreneur seeking to restore Paradise Island’s lighthouse presented the Court of Appeal with fresh evidence he asserted proves there was a binding lease agreement with the Government.

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Lucozade Sprint Classic brings out the cyclists

THE New Providence Cycling Association hosted its Race Series 2024 with the Lucozade Sprint Classic on Sunday around the western end of New Providence.

Discount Distributors Rockets one win away from NPBA title

GAME four of the New Providence Basketball Association (NPBA) Division I Finals will be a crucial one for both the Commonwealth Bank Giants and Discount Distributors Rockets.

Jr Davis Cup Qualifiers: Bahamas falls to Canada 3-0

TEAM Bahamas’ trio of Jackson Mactaggart, Jerald Carroll and William McCartney suffered a tough 0-3 loss to Canada yesterday at the World Junior Tennis (WJT) Junior Davis Cup/Junior Billie Jean King Cup North, Central American and Caribbean Final Qualifying Tournament in Orlando, Florida.

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Farewell Don: Politicians urged to work together on crime

Archdeacon Keith Cartwright implored the prime minister and leader of the opposition to work together against crime during his sermon at the state-recognized funeral service for former Deputy House Speaker and Member of Parliament (MP) for Tall Pines Donald Lamond Saunders.

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Mingoes pick Baha Jrs apart with 10-0 win

THE University of The Bahamas men’s soccer team seemingly could not be stopped against BahaJrs in Bahamas Football Association action recently at the Roscoe A.L. Davies Field.

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Abaco MP: Tourism nearing pre-Dorian levels

CENTRAL and South Abaco MP John Pinder said tourism on the island is nearing pre-Dorian levels, with the first two months of 2024 up 13 per cent from last year.

Canadian man released on bail ahead of causing harm trial

A Canadian man who denied injuring a man earlier this year was granted bail ahead of his trial.

CB Giants tie series, YES Giants go up 2-0 in NPBA Championship

THE New Providence Basketball Association (NPBA) division one and two championships are in full swing and action is already starting to heat up.

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Royal Caribbean to start PI site clearance

Royal Caribbean yesterday confirmed it is “right at the cusp” and aiming to begin site clearance for its $100m Paradise Island beach club this week with a Heads of Agreement signing “very close”.

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Restaurant soars thanks to TikTok star

A BAHAMIAN in Toronto, Canada, has seen her customer base triple since well-known food critic Keith Lee raved about her restaurant, Old Nassau, on TikTok.

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‘I was lucky’, says Minnis on incident of road rage

FORMER Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis believes he is lucky to have avoided harm after a man with a “British accent” accosted him while driving last week and forced him to veer off the road into someone’s driveway.

ALICIA WALLACE: World Health Day '24

“MY Health, My Right” was the theme for World Health Day this year, observed on Sunday, April 6. In its statement on World Health Day, the World Health Organization said the theme was chosen to “champion the right of everyone, everywhere to have access to quality health services, education, and information, as well as safe drinking water, clean air, good nutrition, quality housing, decent working and environmental conditions, and freedom from discrimination.”

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Reloaded pitchers, catchers camp was a ‘home run’

THE Reloaded Baseball/Softball programme continued to fulfil its main objective of developing athletes over the weekend at its free hosting of a pitchers and catchers clinic at the Banker’s Field.